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with the unexpected consequences from their early infrastructure design. los angeles county is a land of sprawling development. with development comes hundreds of square miles of concrete, leaving no way for water to naturally soak into the ground. in areas of such widespread urbanization, flooding can be devastating. man: back in early 1930s, there was a flooding that took a lot of lives and property. as a result, the city of los angeles, in order to protect future flooding in the city, they decided to take the los angeles river and make it a flood control channel. they concreted the walls of the river in order for water to get to ocean much faster. narrator: cities throughout southern california converted natural rivers to these concrete channels, part of their storm drain systems. this allowed expanding development without the need for large flood plains. kharaghani: the los angeles river is approximately 51 miles. concrete reduces the size of the river that you need to carry the water because it speeds up the flow of water. if you'd like to remove all the concrete and to have natural system to
curious, like, los angeles or san diego, how many of that 2.5 million are down there. >> 21 [inaudible]. >> bay area's nine counties that touch the bay. >> that's bigger, that's definitely not san francisco. >> that's for how many areas for how many placards are in there. i could definitely get those. >> i'm just curious and why there's a difference. >> we have gotten requests and comments from other major jurisdictions about what we're doing so la, san diego, san jose are quite itly monitoring us, letting us be the first-out of the gate with the recommended changes. we will be presenting later to the accessible parking what they can tell us about blue placards in los angeles city, los angeles county, san diego city, county, sacramento city, county. we can ask for that too. >> thank you. >> i did hear the stats for sacramento county once and it was similarly mind boggling. a lot of other cities have been struggling with this in california. >> i just want to let you know that the vice chair of california commission on disability access and he has let me know that he's interested in
again on wednesday in new york. but on the other side, los angeles at 32 degrees. midsummer-like temperatures. sometimes even those kind of temperatures aren't seen in los angeles in the summer. it's also very dry so a danger of fire across the region. i'll leave you now for your extended forecast. >>> and that's all for now on this edition of "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you very much for joining us. tavis: good evening from los angeles. tonight come a conversation with grammy-winning singer steve gyro -- steve tyrell. the songs of sicon. he will perform two of the most endearing. glad you have joined us, conversation from steve tyrell coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: grammy winner steve tyrell is introduction to popular moves -- popular music started at age 19. burts already working with bacharach. he went on to work with bonnie raitt before striking out as a performer in his own right. his latest cd is called "it's magic, the songs of semicon. kohn."ammy a little sneak review you did t
. hernandez, he was killed by a gunman at the los angeles international airport. he loved his job and greeted travellers with a smile. the gunman's condition has been upgraded to fair. >> federal prosecutors are deciding whether the boston marathon suspect should face the death penalty if convicted. evidence that would argue against the death penalty is kept from them. authorities say releasing the information would jeopardise investigations. >> hold is expected to decide by the end of january. it could be more than a year before the trial begins. more prescriptions advised for a widely used drug. why many more americans should take cholesterol medications. more states are legalizing same-sex marriages, one state is strengthening bans on ceremonies. call her ambassador kennedy. the first daughter becomes the liaison to one of america's top allies. >>> a number of americans taking cholesterol medication could double. the american heart association and american cartiology association have new guidelines on who would benefit from stattens, they consider smoking and family history. under the new
out. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >>> hawaii is about to become the latest state to allow same-sex marriage. later today the bill will be signed. the state senate passed the bill yesterday. it will allow same-sex couples to get married in hawaii beginning december 2nd. it's estimated same-sex marriage will boost hawaiian tourism by $217 million over the next three years. another 14 states and the district of colombia have already approved same-sex marriage. >>> and now to the affordable care act. president obama is being pushed to live up to his promise about americans being able to keep their current insurance from a surprising source. former president bill clinton. the bungled obama care rollout has sent the president's approval rating to its lowest level since he took office. just 39% of those questioned in a quinnipiac university poll approve of how mr. obama is handling the job. 43% believe the affordable health care act will make health care worse. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> anne-marie, good morning. the president is under increased pres
, will being given more access to airports in boston chicago dallas los angeles and miami under the terms of the deal. >> probably the best thing for consumers is petition. some of those smaller airlines which aren't so small, airlines like jetblue and northwest have found a way to make profits and routes that are not served by the bigger airlines. there is an opportunity for smaller airlines to move in. >> u.s. and american says their merger is the only way to compete in what is increasingly a global industry, the final settlement must be signed off by a judge. john terrett al jazeera new york. >> michael eaves is here with sports. every day this goes on it feels like more of a legal npr battle. >> now we're put in a holding pattern. one day before miami dolphins owner was about to meet with jonathan martin, come news the dolphins will postpone the meeting. asked the dolphins to reschedule their meeting until after wells meets with martin first. that's scheduled for friday in los angeles. martin left the team last friday. >>> terry francona guided cleveland to a 20-game improvement going
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to find his hometown and house in ruins. overcome to find his family safe. in los angeles, they have been nervously waiting to hear from family members in the philippines. their six-year-old niece and 12- year-old nephew were missing for days. tuesday night, they got word through facebook that children survived, but are struggling. >> do they have enough food right now? >> no, that's the last thing we heard, they don't have anything to eat. >> the children lost everything. >> the house was no longer like a house. >> hundreds of victims are lining up for military flights to another island. thousands of tons in aide arrived from around the world. but with runways damaged and roads blocked with debris, it's been impossible to get supplies to many victims. cbs news, los angeles. >>> so far, that typhoon has impacted more than 11 million people. united nations is releasing $25 million in emergency relief which does include funds pledged by con countries around the world. >> this happened on saturday, october 26, on statten road southeast. sometime after the fight, the man shot two peopl
to you. baldwin leaving court, clearly agitated. nick watt in los angeles. >> somebody is doing a lot of lying. >> oh, wow. >> very different take on what went down. >> there's not even one thing they agree on. >> a sexual relationship or none. that's a big difference. >> one coffee meeting for questions about acting. >> apparently baldwin was really hard on her attorney, too. apparently he's a young guy and turning things around on him and saying i know you are nervous, telling the attorney, i know you are nervous. apparently he was really working him over. >> by the way, she's been charged with 24 counts of harass and one count of stalking. interesting to see where this will go. >> sure is. >>> coming up. some elementary school students in new york may be setting a trend for the rest of the nation. they are trading in burgers and chicken nuggets for an all vegetarian menu and they seem to like it. >>> the verdict is in. we will tell you which city, new york or chicago gets bragging rights for the tallest building in america. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world ne
a role in the water levels. there are also federally mandated water delivery contracts for los angeles and santa clara counties and to farmers in the central valley. >>> i love the sunshine but we need the rain. one of the driest stretches since 1849. it's going to be sunny all the way to the coastline. patchy fog inland 40s and 50s. by the afternoon these temperatures going to be running above the average, sunshine and about 72 degrees in san jose. about 72 in santa clara. 73 in morgan hill. those temperatures moving well into the 70s into the east bay and some of these temperatures as much as 10 degrees above the average. 68 degrees and sunny in san francisco. and we should see about 67 degrees in sausalito and no rain in sight, guys, at least for now. that's the latest. back to you. >>> anne makovec is live over at uc mission bay in san francisco where we are expecting another round of protests against new uc president janet napolitano. anne, napolitano will come face to face, i guess, with those protestors later today. >> reporter: that's true. and you can see outside the meeting
. in population centers like los angeles, the scope of the task is staggering. the hyperion wastewater treatment plant serves four million people. it processes 350 million gallons of sewage and removes 500 tons of solids daily. after treatment at hyperion, what was once raw sewage is clean enough to release into santa monica bay. other cities and towns release treated wastewater, or effluent, into local rivers, lakes, and streams. as it flows downstream, additional cities may capture it for drinking water, consume it, and treat the water again. in other words, the water coming out of a wastewater treatment plant often enters the watershed, flows into intakes of drinking water treatment plants, and eventually finds its way right back to our faucets. it takes huge investments to ensure that wastewater and drinking water treatment plants function properly to maintain a safe water supply. we made the initial investments in the plants and the pipes. but once we accomplished that, there was this great recognition that we had a series of issues associated with wet weather conditions. storm events where
cumplimento del deber. un pistolero que hiriÓ a otras 2 personas en el aeropuerto de los angeles, el primero de noviembre. y hernÁndez... era de origen salvadoreÑo. >>> las empresas de tecnologÍa cibernÉtica y facebook negaron que la agencia nacional de seguridad ni ningÚn gobierno ternaing tenga acceso directo a sus usuarios se produjo en una audiencia en el parlamento europeo. >>> una jovencita hispana en texas, estÁ en una lista de espera, que es su Única esperanza de salvar la vida. >>> y por poco le cuesta la vida uno de los famosos trotamundos de harlem ♪ ♪ [ locutor ] dicen que sobre el buen gusto no hay nada escrito. ♪ ♪ pero si es fácil reconocerlo. ♪ ♪ importado desde detroit, la ciudad que sabe recompensar el esfuerzo. chrysler 200. orgulloso patrocinador de la 14a entrega anual del latin grammy®. >>> un hombre de mil wa cruce recupera de serias heridas cuando un vehÍculo lo golpeo brutalmente cuando cruzaba una vÍa. la conductora del auto fue detalle unidad una cuadras despuÉs. creÍa golpea
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outstanding session. so i think what's coming from that is, a lot of cities like los angeles, chicago was really interested in our community benefit. that's one of the things that they felt was important. we talked about doing outreach as you impact community and really involve them in how you can minimize impact because those are eventually rate payers that are going to vote on increases. so you take advantage of those opportunities and not just wait until you need them. you actually take care of them while you don't or not really impacting or when you impact them you need to take advantage of that opportunity. there was a lot of dialogue and a lot shared and i think everybody is really excited about the coverage and hopefully narrowing it because it was so broad. >> okay. that concludes the general managers report. am i correct? we already had public comment on item 7 a. with respect to item 7bcd and f is there any public comment? hearing none, public comment is closed. >> we have one speaker. >> i just want to close off saying it's very exciting to see so much money is being invol
and landing slots and gates at seven congested big city airports such as boston, chicago, dallas, los angeles, miami, new york and washington d.c. some of the more noticeable changes will be in the nation's capital with a new american will operate 44 fewer departures a day than two partners currently have giving up 104 take off and landing slots. 16 of those slots will be offered to jetblue, the 88 others will be distributed to other airlines. at new york's laguardia, they will give up 44 take off and landing spots and five gates. bill bear of the doj's anti trust division said the settlement will quote disrupt the cozy relationships among the legacy carriers, increase access to congested airports and provide consumers with more choices. why was the doj so wary of the merger? for one thing, it will be the fourth big merger in the past five years and once the deal closes next month, the nation's four largest airlines will control roughly 85% of all domestic airline seats. >> and joining us now to talk more about the airline industry is helane becker. good to see you, welcome. >> thank you very
of los angeles will be in the bay area. >> for better or worse. >> yes. >> this is a tough question. >> those other ones weren't tough. >> this is a really easy challenge. are the smaller ones less stress? >> yes. the amount released in small earthquakes is that they are so small in you need many of those. >> i think would you probably have to have maybe hundreds of magnitude earthquakes of 4.7. >> so small earthquakes are not making our lives better in the future? >> not anyway that you can count on. >> i have heard that buildings in san francisco are on rollers and isolated? >> it's not true. it's a conventional foundation like almost all the circumstances buildings in san francisco. >> the trans-america was built way before. it's a pretty conventional foundation design. >> i have heard about this thing called the triangle of life and up you are supposed to go to the edge of your bed to save yourself. is there anything of value to that ? >> yes, if you are in your room. you should drop, cover and hold onto something. if you are in school, same thing, kitchen same thing. if you ha
controlled. we have nothing to do with this. i'm from los angeles county and let me tell you bail schedules are very high out there. but we work with the families, co-workers, and employers that want that person out of jail where they can continue to flourish in their society. the issue of -- well the pretrial is there is a misconception about which is fair and which isn't fair. i have to say for the sake of public safety, we offer a little bit of the bjs study that our statistics is true because we incorporate other people with a part of the skim in the game, if you will, the family and members and we do a better job of seeing people return to court. we don't judge, we just return them to court and make their appearances. >> there are a lot of organizations throughout the state that, you know, kind of pull their resources together to be able to engaged in some lobbying, i think it true for some associations and there is some lobbying for the california's association. do you know how much your organization spends on lobbying? >> we don't even have a paid lobbyist. but the sure ityty company
counties in los angeles county and other counties who are considering it. >> why have they not adopted the law. what is it about forced treatment and the consequences for an allowing refusing treatment. we have a panel who have a knowledge of this subject in some cases because of their professional endeavors and in some cases because of personal experiences and in some cases, both. let me introduce them. karen chen is an attorney manager for the san francisco public defenders office, kathy, whose son battled mental illness, can is a subject treatment expert for the medical center. danny is the associate director for the serial neeb breet program for the city of san diego. and san francisco chief of police. gary is a psychiatrist and laura's law advocate and eduardo vega of the mental health association of san francisco. let me start by opposing a question to karen chen from the public defenders office. karen, can you -- how about if you start by giving us an overview of how the city handles this conflict between treatment and civil liberties. >> an involuntary hold starts in san franc
arrested on a small trespass. he entered what i can call a criminal factory known as the main jail in los angeles where they process and you can almost feel bad for them but not quite. they process thousands of people. people with hispanic names are called out to be interviewed. he did not have the capacity to explain what i just told you was his background. he was on a bus. he went to immigration service. he was on a bus. he was taken to tijuana and released. no lawyer in that process. every religion that i'm familiar with teaches that things like that are not the right way to go and we do have public officials who are happy to mention their own religion and i get a kick out of it and check their voting record because on this issue and on your issue, they are part of the problem. who are they? they are your friends. they are the people you like. they like environmental things, other things. these things i tried to talk to them and so have others much more powerful than i am. he was in mexico for 3 months. he had a mental breakdown. he thought he was dead. to check if he was dead he step
and adjudicating your case and the sentencing and bail. there no check balances involved in this. i have sat in los angeles and waiting for the sheriff department for a gentleman that had to get to his job or lose his job. and 36 hours later he's still in custody when he could have been bailed out through corporate bail. our industry brings to the state of california revenues in excess of 11 to $20 million to state revenues. and what i am hearing is that this movement is to chop us off completely. and i say no. we need to co-exist. there is a place for corporate charity bail and pretrial. but until the last year we really have not been invited to the table. and this kind of dialogue is very important. you need to hear what we have to say. and there is a misconception that gps monitoring, who is going to pay for that? the taxpayers or the defendant? generally i hear the models the defendant, does he want to go to work with a leg monitor on his leg or security bond. you are innocent until proven guilty. and the other thing about the pre-trial incarceration figures. they are not there because the fami
... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. ♪ >> welcome back to "inside story." i'm ray suarez. we're continuing our discussion on same-sex marriage in america, and lee, i'm wondering with the addition of illinois and hawai'i to the list, has all the low-hanging fruit been picked? are the games from here on out going to go tougher? >> well, i wouldn't refer to some of the previous states as exactly low-hanging fruit. it's taken a lot of work. but yes, it's going to get tougher. right now we're waiting for a decision from the highest court in new mexico around whether their constitution demands marriage equality. but after new mexico it gets tougher. we're looking at a lot of states with constitutional amendments. on the other hand the 2012 election results showed that we can win at the ballot box, and people are gathering signatures in oregon to be on the ballot to repeal that state's constitution amendment. but the work will be more difficult moving forward. >> a third of americans, that's over 100 million people w
... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. determining using some sort of subjective interpretation of their policy as to whether or not your particular report was actually abusive, because if it doesn't contain language that specifically threatens you directly or is targeted towards you specifically, they may not consider it abuse. they may consider it offensive. and in that case they just recommend that you block that person. >> i don't want to minimise this, because i mean, there's some really horrible things that are on line, and it's not - it's not just twitter, what has happened through social media and the anonymity of the net is that you see websites, hate-filled websites targetting all sorts of groups, popping up. there has been a huge number of those that exist as well. >> while you were asleep, news was happening. >> here are the stories we're following. >> find out what happened and what to expect. >> international outrage. >> a day of political posturing. >> every morning from 5 t
to spew radiation. thousands of miles from los angeles, but not far enough. deformities are showing up in japanese butterflies. one striving fishing industry near the plant is shutdown. species labeled too radio active to eat. and there is the human toll, 160,000 families were forced from their radio active homes. many paying their mortgages even though they will likely never live there again. few could you shy -- few you could you she ma is an enormous problem. >> there is hundreds of gallons of radio active water every day. >> he is the president for the institute of environmental research who confirmed that the ocean currents are carrying the radio active water to the west coast. according to a study published in the journal "deep sea research 1" it will start arriving this coming march. but don't panic. it will be diluted and the levels on the west coast will be very low and not considered dangerous, so far. but the question is will we really know? >> i think we should do a better monitor pg of food. i don't think the fda and epa are doing a good enough job. >> it is not what has h
, san diego 81, los angeles, 89, same in palm springs, check out the warmth in palm spring, above average. leyla gulen? >> we have a report of a solo vehicle spinout on highway 4. it looks like egg was running on time. however, this could start to slow traffic in the westbound direction along highway 4 coming up to bailey with slowing through antioch moving at top speed. headed along 680 from walnut creek to dublin is 14 minutes and 101 southbound from santa rosa to san francisco is 50 minutes. watch out for the fog. only 23 minutes through the santa cruz mountains and in san jose northbound 280 away from 17 it is empty. >> officials at uc berkeley have now met their goal of reducing the carbon footprint two years early. the campus has saved electricity for seven years by let tremendous fitting the buildings and saved a million gallons of fuels by encouraging bicycle use and buying more solar and wind energy. they claim the greenhouse gas emissions are below what they were in 1990 and plan to set a new target for further reduction by spring. >> we have learned the results of feder
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tavis: good evening from los angeles. tonight come a conversation with grammy-winning singer steve gyro -- steve tyrell. the songs of semicon. he will perform two of the most endearing. glad you have joined us, conversation from steve tyrell coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: grammy winner steve tyrell is introduction to popular moves -- popular music started at age 19. burts already working with bacharach. he went on to work with bonnie raitt before striking out as a performer in his own right. his latest cd is called "it's magic, the songs of semicon. kohn."ammy a little sneak review you did to this before the record even drive. >> last year. it was this semi-con -- it was the sammy kohn centennial. he was a great writer. nominatedll, he was 27 times for the academy awards, which is unbelievable. people wouldthat ask him what comes first, the music or the lyrics? he would say the phone call. [laughter] that is where he got his inspiration. five golden globes, just an amazing lyricist. year.xtending that this i
? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet, los angeles. >>> welcome back to "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. here are some of the stories we're following this hour. >>> people in the philippines who lived through a typhoon have grown frustrated with lack of food, water and help. >>> leaders of china's communist party have unveiled a blueprint for social and economic reform but leave many of the specifics unmentioned. >>> a pop artist from new york has visited northeastern have pan on a mission to help children bounce back from the disaster. >>> some survivors of typhoon in the philippines are still waiting for help, five days after the storm hit. typhoon haiyan churned through central islands on friday, flattening communities and cutting off access to some areas. some people have grown desperate and are in need of food and medicine. residents of tacloban saw the full force of the winds. few buildings in the city escaped damage. authorities have confirmed almost 1,800 people died in the typhoon. many residents are growing frustrated with the lack of power and running water. some are
. hernandez was shot at the los angeles international airport. two other t.s.a. agents and a californian people were hurt in the attack. >> a deal signed off between american airlines and u.s. airlines - we have more. >> wheels up, merger of a carrier and americans allowed to take off after closed-door negotiations. >> it will eliminate overlapping routes that us air will share. it will make a more efficient airline. planes under sold on certain roots will be at capacity, driving the prices down. >> the department of justice, six state attorneys general and the district of columbia sued to stop the merger, concerned it would hurt consumer choice. they mild a lawsuit arguing that it should be scrapped on the grounds that if it went ahead 80% of u.s. aviation would be in the hands of four companies. but now the u.s.-american deal is back on. there's a price to pay for the mega-airline. landing slots and gates at several major airports including dozens at regan national apart and laguardia must be gip up to win anti- -- be given up to win antitrust approval. more access will be given in bos
killed during the shooting rampage at los angeles international airport ago. this tsa choir sang amazing grace. he died when a man opened fire at the airport november 1st. hernandez was the first tsa officer killed in the line of duty the los angeles mayor praised his upbeat manner saying he spread the love through the earth greeting travellers from around the world. >> europe now eegz the ban on liquids through check points, raising hopes for some the tsa will dot same here in the u.s. some airports plan to roll back the ban on liquids larger than three ounces starting in zan. passenger rights groups applaud the decision calling that bad outdated but experts in security claim terrorists were working on carrying chemicals in containers where they would be mixed into an explosive combination. >> if i can get through a check point, i can get it on to a plane, detonate and the plane going to come out of the sky. >> an ohio company come up with a scanner it says with k.check liquids the tsa says liquid scanners remain a long term goal. >> sea world went to court to appeal a aruling that prev
service in los angeles celebrated the life of hernandez, the tsa officer killed in shooting spree at lax airport last month. other wounded tsa agents were among the hundreds of firemen and community who came to honor hernandez. attorney holder spoke calling hernandez a hero. >>> social media is fueling a murder charge against a bay area might. he's accused of hitting two cyclist in pleasanton last june while driving more than 80 miles per hour. one of the cyclist was killed. how the teen's online bragging is putting this case in the national spotlight. >> reporter: 18-year-old cody hall has certainly gained a lot of attention because of otherwise twitter, instagram and facebook photos prior to the collision. he was in court today and he is still in jail without bail. >> it has been five months since the victim was on sunday bike ride with her husband when she was struck and killed along foothill road. police reports say 18-year-old cody hall of 83 miles per hour when he lost control of the car. the victim was killed instantly. her suffered a broken leg. hall's family and friends showed u
in the interior parts of the state down south high of 88 los angeles here in the bay area lovely day coming our way tomorrow. you can trust me on this. sunny sky just a few then hay cloud manufacturing through from time to time. high range from mid 60's near the coast to upper 60's says if in the bay mid 70's inland. here's 7 day forecast 2 more miles and cool down on friday. further cool on saturday. cloud thicken and breezy on friday saturday but no rain likely then we start to warm-up again on monday tuchlts i absolutely completely trust dan. >> you turned on me faster than the african cat. >> sometimes we do that just for humor. >> thanks. >> anything for a joke. new record tonight for the highest price ever paid for an artwork at auction. bidder payed 142 million dollars. 1 from million dollars for frn situations bacon 1969 pre-study of lloyd at christy auction. there were apparently 7 bidders going for the thing. surpasses 120 million paid at soft by in 2012. for edward the scream. that's an awful lot of money for painting. >> workers assembling a tree sculptor at palo alto city ha
in miami, 47 d.c. boston 38. dallas 52. denver 67 and beautiful 83 in los angeles. if you had any questions about the power of nature, take a look at these new satellite photos. this is one showing tacloban city in the philippines before the typhoon. green farmland, colorful buildings along the coast. check this out. this is what it looks like today. >> oh, my gosh. >> muddy, lifeless, nearly every one of the buildings gone. even the sea is brown. >> five days after typhoon haiyan struck, the delivery of relief supplies is speeding up. but tacloban city is one of the most desperate places on earth. filtering water through t-shirts. aid ships from the u.s. and elsewhere are on the way, but the need is enormous. more cargo ships are arriving at the airport where thousands are gathering. abc's terry moran was there. >> reporter: this was the waiting area of tacloban's airport. you can see the storm surge tore the place apart. believe it or not, this is one of the only places in the city that is still functioning. this is where people want to get to because this is where you can get out. >> the
. >>> and the "los angeles times" takes a look at saturn. their ghostly rings are backlit wi the sun. >> beautiful. >>> freeze warnings in place for much of the southeast. heavy snow fell overnight. in stevensville michigan more than a foot of snow fell yesterday. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by smooth melting lindor lindt. chocolate beyond compare. >>> a search to find loved ones in the wrath of typhoon haiyan. >> you're okay. >> they're okay. that's fantastic. >> how one family found each other after a desperate journey that spanned thousands of miles. >> thank you, lord. >>> killer whales at the con ten sus court case. seaworld fights to get its animals back in the water. >>> plus the story behind lululemon. >> i'm sad. really sad. >> the unusual apology for the comments he made about the company's see-through pants. the news is back here on "cbs this morning." stay tuned for your local news. >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by kay jewelers. every kiss begins with kay. adgets and internets. everything needs a battery. oh, h
en los angeles y nos hemos arrodillado para rezar antes de marchar, porque la oferta merece depositada, pero lo cierto es que los políticos, si tienen fe, es que no cree ni en su madre ahora porque son unos desmadrados todos. no somos un corte como escénicos regresamos muchísimo más sólo adquieren terrenos. >>después de las declaraciones de díaz, dijo que este año no sólo habrá reforma migratoria. >>yo digo que si va a ver porque lo necesita y se la van a dar. >>yo pienso que cada año es diferente. yo creo que este año sí se les va a hacer. >>desde hace mucho tiempo sólo muy lejano eso de la reforma >>desde hace mucho tiempo sólo muy lejano eso de la reforma migratoria. ¿un c¡ni pensarlo! quebradizo que se cae? >>desde hace mucho tiempo sólo muy lejano eso de la reforma migratoria. con triple resist de l'oréal con arginina. nutre desde la raíz. refuerza la fibra capilar. fortalece el cabello de la raíz a la punta. la caída del cabello por el quiebre disminuye 64 por ciento. triple resist- de advanced haircare de l'oréal ziploc te ayeuda a compartir con
... >> seattle bureau... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >> welcome back to aljazeera. these are the main stories, philippines disaster agency says the death toll from typhoon haiyan is more than 2300 people. aid agencies warn of deteriorating health in the areas. troops have been deployed to restore law and order. hungry people are panicked over the shortage of food and water and taking supplies from shops. others have been digging up water pipes. >> egypt's ousted president accuses those of kidnapping him. >> the coordination of humanitarian affairs in the philippines joins us, i understand you and valerie were traveling to tacloban today. tell us about the challenges you face. they are the same kinds of challenges all kinds of relief agencies are facing. >> indeed they are. we traveled with the head in the philippines here and the humanitarian coordinator to see what it was like on the ground. we traveled by plane down there. the difficulties are, a few of us were left behind,
of miles from los angeles, but not far enough. deformities are showing up in japanese butterflies. one striving fishing industry near the plant is shutdown. species labeled too radio active to eat. and there is the human toll, 160,000 families were forced from their radio active homes. many paying their mortgages even though they will likely never live there again. few could you shy -- few you could you she ma is an enormous problem. >> there is hundreds of gallons of radio active water every day. >> he is the president for the institute of environmental research who confirmed that the ocean currents are carrying the radio active water to the west coast. according to a study published in the journal "deep sea research 1" it will start arriving this coming march. but don't panic. it will be diluted and the levels on the west coast will be very low and not considered dangerous, so far. but the question is will we really know? >> i think we should do a better monitor pg of food. i don't think the fda and epa are doing a good enough job. >> it is not what has happened, but what could still
, america. welcome to our "sportscenter" set here in los angeles. i'm stan verrett. this is neil everett. >> get my chair. >> pull up your chair. there you go. a big night of college basketball in chicago. neil's going to start off with the number one and number two teams in the country. we have one and two and four and five. julius randle, orange julius. 27 points, 13 rebounds. he didn't have a very good first half. here's the play of the game right here. branden dawson. the putback. and number one, kentucky, downed. sparty beats them by four. >>> top two incoming freshmen in the country. duke, facing off with kansas. and duke up three. under 1:30 to go. wiggins. off the turnover. put it on the line, as well. 22 points, 8 rebounds for him. and kansas gets the win, 94-83. >> perry ellis was a team with points and rebounds. but he's a sophomore. >> only freshmen -- >> can't be a sophomore phenom. only a freshman phenom. >>> that's all we got. >> yeah. usually they count down in our ear how much time we have left. that's it. >> we'll take it back. yeah. >>> we rarely cover horse racing her
deprive trsgender students of their lights. jeff koor so points to los angeles and san fraisco unified, two of the largest school districts in thestate. >> there's not a single case that's been substap shntiatsubs. >> reporter: england adds she is lookinout for students like cane. >> it's unfortunat this child was in a school thatasn't accoodating this school. but it doe't givee or she the right, depending on who the student is, to invade everyone else's privacy. >> rorter: for kate, the new law, still not technically in effect, has changed his life. he came out to his high school's admistrators at the srt of the hool year and n taking p.e., something he avoided before. >> do you ange in the locker room? >> io. >> reporter: and he says tre's been no problems. >> reporter: andane wantshat fo others like hi don't i deserve the same safety atchool and same comfort level at school that al the othe students do? >> reporter: the latest for the privacy for all student campaign, the group collected 620,000 signatures toepeal av-626. but it still has to beery feed, so it could take many days to
had to be airlifted out. >> pelley: bill whitaker in our los angeles newsroom. bill, thank you. 11 million filipinos are affected. today, the united nations appealed for $300 million to help them. if you'd like to help, there's information on our web site, cbsnews.com. in an important medical story for americans tonight, heart doctors are putting out controversial new guidelines for preventing heart disease. these guidelines put less emphasis on cholesterol numbers and more on other risk factors in determining who should take medication. we asked dr. jon lapook to fill us in. >> reporter: a generation of doctors and patients has focused on specific targets of cholesterol levels when using statins. but the new guidelines say when it comes to preventing heart attacks and strokes, there is no magic number. dr. neil stone led the panel. >> we did a careful study of what number we should use. was it 100? was it 90? was it 80? was it 70 for l.d.l.? you know what we found? we couldn't find a single number that made sense. adjusting the statin dose to reach a certain cholesterol level, the
with federally-mandated water tlifly contracts in los angeles and santa clara county and to farmers in the central valley have left san luis the lowest it's been for years. >> i'm sitting on the dock, and the dock is sitting on gravel. despite guaranteed water deliveries, the main problem is mother nature. >> we had some rain probably about three weeks ago. it rained maybe all of four seconds. >> no rain, no snow packs, and a dwindling supply of water left to feed and nourish a thirsty state. >> this doesn't look good. >> andrea, kpix 5. >> there is still plenty of time to recover for the water year, but we are off to one of the slowest starts in history here in the bay area. rain fall did not amount to much at all. for most of you, a few drops on your windshield. 1 one hundred detd of an inch, that's it. we did not get measurable rain fall in the city makes it 52 days now without rain fall. the fourth-longest streak without rain in autumn, and nothing on the radar right now. kpix 5 high def doppler is dry. we zoom things out. the same ridge that took that rain fall and kept it to o
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